When accused wife-killer Colin Sweeney (Dylan Baker) turned up in The Good Wife's first season, it was loathe at first sight. Sweeney knew exactly which of then-first year associate Alicia Florrick's (Julianna Margulies) buttons to push, and since then the writers have used the twisted relationship to set up some of the show's best shows. Sweeney returns for the March 31 episode, which sees the domestic bliss he's found with former employee Isobel (Morena Baccarin) and their son threatened by the Supreme Court. Baker called up TV Guide Magazine from the Anchorman 2 set in Atlanta ("I haven't ruined any takes yet by laughing, but it's early days," he admitted) to talk about the return of everyone's favorite slimy — or "uncomplicatedly, refreshingly open," as Baker puts it — Lockhart/Gardner client...
It's the Fringe-Good Wife crossover we never knew we wanted: John Noble is taking his talents to the law firm of Lockhart/Gardner on Sunday (9/8c, CBS) as one of Alicia's eccentric clients who can't seem to keep himself out of court — and who's been murdered as of the beginning of the episode. (He's subsequently seen in flashbacks.) Aussie native Noble called up TV Guide Magazine to talk about Fringe withdrawal, The Good Wife and domesticity.
Last week, The Good Wife entered an ethical grey zone while defending one of her biggest clients — drug kingpin Lemond Bishop. Alicia's morals will get quite the workout once again when another of her most noted clients — millionaire (and murderer) Colin Sweeney — returns in the March 31 episode of...
Dylan Baker has joined the cast of ABC's midseason drama Zero Hour, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Zero Hour stars ER's Anthony Edwards as a skeptics magazine editor who is pulled into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history after his wife (Jacinda Barrett) is kidnapped.
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Baker, whose recent credits in The Good Wife and Political Animals, will play...
Political Animals' lead character Elaine Barrish (Sigourney Weaver) appears to be strong, tough and full of confidence on the outside. But a few minutes into the USA series, viewers will learn that she's a lot more flawed and self-doubting than she looks.
"We present this woman so effective, so articulate, so passionate, so true to her moral compass and the flip side is she's much less confident in her personal life and as a mother," Weaver tells TVGuide.com. "She makes a lot of mistakes."